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which kingdom developed along the yellow river? This kingdom developed along the Yellow River. It protected its large territory by developing bronze weapons and building large walls. Historians are able to study its society through written records it left behind. A. The Hittite kingdom B. The Chavín civilization C. The Olmec civilization D. The Shang dynasty
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http://www.travelchinaguide.com/river/yellow/civilization.htm http://arthistoryworlds.org/early-river-valley-civilizations/
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D?

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I'd say so.
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Early civilizations such as Mesopotamia and Nubia emerged in regions that had ________. A. well-traveled mountain passes B. green desert oases C. fertile river floodplains D. interconnected ocean waters
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C, early civilizations relied on floodplains for agricultural needs.
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Read the following passage from the Epic of Gilgamesh. What is Ea's role in the passage? You know the city Shurrupak, it stands on the banks of Euphrates? That city grew old and the gods that were in it were old. There was Anu, lord of the firmament, their father, and warrior Enlil their counsellor, Ninurta the helper, and Ennugi watcher over canals; and with them also was Ea. In those days the world teemed, the people multiplied, the world bellowed like a wild bull, and the great god was aroused by the clamour. Enlil heard the clamour and he said to the gods in council, 'The uproar of mankind is intolerable and sleep is no longer possible by reason of the babel.' So the gods agreed to exterminate mankind. … but Ea because of his oath warned me in a dream. … O man of Shurrupak, son of Ubara-Tutu; tear down your house and build a boat, abandon possessions and look for life, despise worldly goods and save your soul alive. Tear down your house, I say, and build a boat. These are the measurements of the barque as you shall build her: let her beam equal her length, let her deck be roofed like the vault that covers the abyss; then take up into the boat the seed of all living creatures.' The Epic of Gilgamesh
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Ea is talented and acts as a master architect. B. Ea is compassionate and tries to save humanity. C. Ea is compassionate and urges destruction of the city. D. Ea is a trickster and betrays the author.
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i believe its B
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